DNA Edition

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DNA Danger? 
CIA doesn’t allow its personnel to give DNA swabs when they travel. (Kuwait, for example requires a DNA swab for entry and other countries are considering doing the same) The sample would positively identify the person and the sample could tend to identify relatives, who could come under scrutiny or be influenced. Now the Defense Department is piggy backing that policy.
From The Pentagon 
(link) A growing number of companies like 23andMe and Ancestry sell testing kits that allow buyers to get a DNA profile by sending in a cheek swab or saliva sample. The DNA results provide consumers information on their ancestry, insights into possible medical risks and can even identify previously unknown family members. 
The boom in popularity of such kits has raised ethical and legal issues, since some companies have shared this data with law enforcement or sold it to third parties. The Defense Department is now expressing its own concerns about these kits. 
Exposing sensitive genetic information to outside parties poses personal and operational risks.
The old double helix and future wars.  You can’t deny that it’s exploitable information. And people  in “the West” are giving the kits away as Christmas gifts. My advice is to swab somebody ELSE (not a family member) and send their DNA in as yours. Yes, things could go horribly wrong for you if they turn out to be serial killers. It would be embarrassing if you sent Vladimir Putin’s DNA as yours, for example. But otherwise, you would simply be somebody’s unknown identical twin, separated at birth…even if they were born thirty years before you were.
DNA Hunting
Hunter Biden displays his IQ
The scorned stripper and baby mama is hunting Hunter Biden, now the subject of multiple criminal investigations related to “fraud, money laundering and a counterfeiting scheme,” as claimed in court documents filed Monday in his Arkansas paternity case. When Hunter copulated with a stripper in Arkansas, he likely didn’t even consider that his DNA would cause this sort of problem for himself and his famous (corrupt, creepy) father, and presidential hopeful. If Old Joe reads this, I’m sure that it would cause him to want to attack me the way he did poor old Corn Pop (or is it Pop Corn?)… Maybe we could have a spelling contest, Joe? Or maybe Joe and I could do pull ups

11 thoughts on “DNA Edition

  1. Democrats, more fun than a barrel of monkeys and dumber than a box of rocks.

    Thanks for the post.
    Paul L. Quandt

  2. Ah, DNA. My son and DIL took the Ancestry tests. When he shared the results, I began to suspect the ex-wife wasn't faithful – way too much Scandinavian DNA. A couple of years later sent in mine and the results came back that I had a son, code name XXX. The test showed that I was 10-12% Norwegian, ya sure ya betcha. Son soon informed me he was code name XXX. I was relieved as now I didn't need to track down the ex and bitch slap her.

    Per Ancestry, I'm as white a white boy as you can get (if you accept Irish as white) at 99.99%. So much for the family lore my maternal grandfather, an orphan, was French Indian.

  3. Colonel, I got a bit lost with the DNA business, then consciousness quickened at the mention of the STRIPPER.

    Has Stormy returned? No, only her simulacrum, and this time the whore has a baby. Will the Bidens pay or will she die? My money's on pay, but let's ask the monkey.

  4. I had 3 biological children with my ex wife. When my 3rd son was 6 months, she asked me to leave. I started to pay child support, and paid it for 17 and a half years. I paid over 150 thousand dollars, in that time. I was not an executive, or the owner of a company. I worked in a steel making foundry. When we divorced, I was making 6 bucks an hour, and had to pay 150$ per week, since I worked all the over time I could get, to raise my family. Every time a child graduate from school, she petitioned the courts and had it raised to 150$ a week again, even though the number of kids was one less. The last one got sick of her and moved out of her house, and in with a friend, with about 8 months of school to go. They had moved out of state by then, which I could not stop. I went to the court and asked to stop paying child support or at least pay it to my son. The court made me pay it to the woman he was living with, a church friend of my ex. I said, then I want custody and make him move back up here with me. The judge smiled at me and said, he is over 18 so you cannot do that. I said, then I want my ex to pay half and me to pay half.That bastard smiled again, and said, the woman would have to petition the court, and then I would look into issuing an order for the ex to pay something.
    I hope this stripper gets this Biden kid for a ton of money for child support in arrears, for hiding his huge income.
    That 150 thousand I paid? I would have put that into my retirement. Instead, my ex wife went to college, got a bachelors degree and then got a masters degree. She never would let me go to college, since she did not want to be alone too much more, with me working all the over time.
    I am not bitter any more. I will say no more.

  5. That story is among the reasons that I would like to see many of those black robed bastards do that dance that involves a rope and their neck.


  6. They say that they are fair, and are trying to do what is best for the kids, but in so many cases that I have seen, the courts do what is best for the mother. We had joint legal custody, but she had physical custody. When her husband had an offer to move from Michigan to Kentucky for his job, I asked the friend of the court if I could stop it by petitioning the judge. I was told, not to bother, even though I had joint legal custody, it basically meant nothing. But I have a good relationship with my kids now, they know what is what, and that is about the best one can hope for. And I kept up with my visits as much as I was allowed, at least every other weekend, and a month in the summer, in not more.

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